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  • Randy Page, BArch ’73 architecture, received the President’s Award from the Portland, Oregon, chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute for his contributions to the Chapter as board director and treasurer. A practicing architect in Portland since 2008, he recently joined m.thrailkill.architect.llc as senior specification writer. The firm provides research and consulting to more than 50 leading design firms in the Pacific Northwest utilizing mass timber and sustainable materials in construction.
  • Donald Layton, 86, BS ’60 electrical and electronic engineering, worked in the Spectrum Measurement Division of the National Bureau of Standards for 35 years. He was a ham radio operator and also played trumpet in Dixieland and concert bands. He was an Army veteran who served in Vietnam and France. He lived in Valley City, North Dakota.
  • Duane Samuelson, 69, BS ’74 agricultural education, worked in the loan department at United Federal Savings and Loan in Alexandria, Minnesota, for 10 years and was an instructor for 30 years at Alexandria Technical and Community College. He lived in Kensington, Minnesota.
  • Brian McDonald, 85, BS ’58 mechanical engineering, worked in the aerospace industry, first at Boeing in Seattle and later worked on Apollo missions in Huntsville, Alabama. His hobby was restoring vintage cars. He lived in Huntsville.
  • Mark Mullen, 57, BS ’91 political science, was an attorney who practiced family law in Minneapolis. He lived in Chanhassen, Minnesota.
  • William Harris, 73, BS ’69 psychology, had a career of more than 30 years at Winona Occupational Rehabilitation Center Inc, known as WORC. He lived in Winona, Minnesota.
  • Dr. Jon Kaspari, 68, BS ’76 zoology, practiced at Dakota Hospital and MeritCare of Fargo prior to retiring in 2016. He then worked in emergency medicine in Wadena and Alexandria, Minnesota. He lived in Battle Lake, Minnesota.
  • Mary (Sanden) Stockeland, 66, AD ’77 human science and education, waitressed at the Coachman Inn for more than 20 years. She was a longtime Elvis Presley fan who regularly attended Elvis tribute artist Joseph Hall’s concerts. She lived in Cooperstown, North Dakota.
  • William D. Birkeland, 95, BS ’51 electrical and electronic engineering, worked for Bonneville Power Administration and later moved to a farm near Sherwood, Oregon. He was a Navy veteran who lived in Sherwood.
  • Eunice (Lundquist)Toussaint, 92, BS ’50 mathematics, lived in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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